daniel

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See also: Daniel, Daniël, Dániel, and Daníel

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daniel (plural daniels)

  1. (US slang) The buttocks.
    • 1946, Mezz Mezzrow and Bernard Wolfe, Really the Blues, Payback Press 1999, p. 85:
      He'd pull the chair out from under some dignified dowager and catch her just before she went to fall on her daniel []

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daniel m anim

  1. fallow deer

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